GMB has slammed Barking and Dagenham Council for approving two new tower blocks on crown house site without any social housing after council says it has over 7,000 on the housing waiting list.
BREEAM has introduced a new pre-approval process for its schemes, this new process enables a general sustainability specification that is applicable to multiple projects to be evaluated by BRE Global.
Plans to create an innovative ‘digital quarter’ next to Edinburgh Airport have been unveiled, as the development aims to attract local and global business.
Southwark Council has granted planning permission for the £600m mixed-use regeneration scheme on London’s Old Kent Road.
Nottingham’s redevelopment scheme is to be recommended for outline planning permission next month (April) by Conygar Investment Company PLC.
With International Women’s Day firmly here, Emma Walker, associate director at Turley and chair of the RTPI Northern Ireland Executive Committee, shares her advice for women considering a career in planning.
The government has approved the first degree-level apprenticeships for town planners, which will combine a mixture of academic education and practical experience.
Paul from the ACAI looks at how the Hackitt review risks reducing building control competition and how it could cause the government’s regulatory standards of Approved Inspectors to slip under the Public Service Mutuals policy.
With the lack of homes available across the UK proving more problematic than ever, unlocking new residential development opportunities is vital.
Plans for The Sixth, a £75m redevelopment of the former Belfast Telegraph building, have been approved by Belfast City Council’s planning committee.
Planning permission for the former WWII airfield in Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, has been confirmed for housebuilder Hayfield.
Austerity in England has eroded planning’s ability to serve the public interest, according to planners who took part in a study by the RTPI and Newcastle University.
Professor Evans of the Glasgow School of Art's Mackintosh School of Architecture has been appointed as Glasgow’s first-ever city urbanist.